ALBANY, N.Y. April 21, 2014 — New York State United Teachers said today’s announcement that inBloom would shut down its operations demonstrated the power that parents and teachers hold when they work together and fight for what’s best for students.
NYSUT, in coalition with parents’ groups and other allies, had demanded that New York state cancel its contract with inBloom, a nonprofit funded by $100 million in Gates Foundation grants which had planned to collect, store and manage troves of highly sensitive, personal data on every student. At legislative hearings, rallies and through its
“Rush-Henrietta Employees’ Association – Teachers’ Chapter”
**Fireworks after game**
Bring family and friends to Red Wing Stadium for an old fashion picnic and ballgame. Included in the cost is a picnic at “The Nest” before the game and a game ticket. The picnic includes all you can eat burgers, hot dogs, sides, watermelon and soda. If interested, download the form to send in your payment.
There will be an informational meeting for teachers considering retirement this year at 3:45 p.m. Thursday, January 23, 2014. The purpose of this meeting is to explain the benefits available from Rush-Henrietta in retirement and to answer questions about retirement procedures. The meeting will be held in the Transportation and Operations Center conference room, located at 1133 Lehigh Station Road.
NYSUT First Book
NYSUT launched a "First Book" campaign at the Representative Assembly held in Washington, DC. They have also piloted a number of very successful campaigns across the state in an effort to kick-start the state wide campaign.
Click here for a flyer with more information for those who work in Title I schools or programs.
Completed forms can be forwarded to the NYSUT Regional Office or sent to Brad Crooks at Leary. First Book will then notify the individual via e-mail how the program operates, how to register, etc.